Technology in School

Applying the White House's Open eBooks App and Other Literacy Tools in the Classroom

Apr 6, 2016

FOR THE READING AND LITERATURE TEACHERS: Looking for support, but don’t have a literacy specialist at your school? Here’s a suggestion. Remember back in February, when the White House announced its Open eBooks app? Two D.C. teachers, Matt Stephens and Rob Fleisher, started a literacy blog called GrowingReadersDC.com and have written at length about how to use the app’s online books in the classroom. (See here and here.) But that’s not all they cover—curious about Accelerated Reader? Assistive technology? They might just have what you’re looking for.

Technology in School

Applying the White House's Open eBooks App and Other Literacy Tools in the Classroom

Apr 6, 2016

FOR THE READING AND LITERATURE TEACHERS: Looking for support, but don’t have a literacy specialist at your school? Here’s a suggestion. Remember back in February, when the White House announced its Open eBooks app? Two D.C. teachers, Matt Stephens and Rob Fleisher, started a literacy blog called GrowingReadersDC.com and have written at length about how to use the app’s online books in the classroom. (See here and here.) But that’s not all they cover—curious about Accelerated Reader? Assistive technology? They might just have what you’re looking for.

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